Title: Concerti Per Molti Stromenti
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Georg Philipp Telemann was one of the most prolific composers of the Baroque era, and his extremely varied oeuvre reveals a knack for experimentation and instrumentation that went beyond routine assignments of parts to conventional groupings
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin perform a selection of Telemann's Concerti per molti stromenti - works that feature many unusual and wonderful instrumental combination, and an amazing variety of styles. If you ever wondered where Bach got the idea for the Brandenburg Concertos, look no further than the concertos of Telemann. The Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin (Akamus) was founded in 1982 in Berlin. Since then, it has become one of the world’s leading chamber orchestras on period instruments and can look back on an unprecedented history of success. Since 1994, their recordings have been produced exclusively for harmonia mundi and have won all the important awards for classical recordings, including Gramophone, Edison, Choc de l’année as well as the Jahrespreis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik.
Telemann: Concerti per molti stromenti. Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Digital Booklet: Telemann: Blockflöten-Werke. Performer: Georg Philipp Telemann, Maurice Steger. Composer: Akademie Fur Alte Musik Berlin.
A rare collection of concerti for some unusual Baroque instruments, such as dulcimer and calchedon, this release from one of the world’s most preeminent chamber orchestras-the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin-sees the ensemble perform spirited works by Telemann. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – harmonia mundi Studio Masters.
The Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, one of the leading period ensembles, takes up the music of Georg Philipp Telemann in this gripping collection of concertos. The music of the late-Baroque prodigy finds a great pairing with the Akademie, who handle his expressive ornamentation and sublime moments of imitation beautifully. Telemann: Concerti per molti stromenti Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin. The Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, one of the leading period ensembles, takes up the music of Georg Philipp Telemann in this gripping collection of concertos.
Georg Philipp Telemann. Telemann: Concerti per molti stromenti. Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin. The Berlin Academy for Early Music in Berlin delivers a surprising selection of several Telemann concertos. Each concerto captures a different tonal color and mood. This is especially clear on the Concerto for Mandolin, Hammered Dulcimer and Harp. Of course, the wide range of color is there in Telemann's composition; but the ensemble alters their approach to suit the tone of each of the works on show here
This fascinating program replicates the second half of a charity concert given by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach in Hamburg on Palm Sunday 1786 (the first half comprised the Sanctus from his father’s B Minor Mass and excerpts from Handel’s Messiah) and this recording was made to celebrated the 300th anniversary of the composer’s birth and serve as a sampler. Following up his last collaboration with René Jacobs, a fine Handel recital, Bejun Mehta here presents an intelligent survey of early classical arias
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin Orchestra. CD: 1 Tracks: 26 Length: 1:12:05. CD 1. Georg Philipp Telemann Composer. Concerto in G for 3 Trumpets, 2 Oboes, and Timpani, TWV54:D3 Work. Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin Orchestra.
Album title: Telemann. Composer(s): Telemann. Works: Concerti per molti stromenti. Performer: Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin. Label: Harmonia Mundi. Telemann’s music is a perfect showcase for its virtuoso soloists as well as their sensitivity as chamber musicians. Notable are the three trumpeters, who soar and twiddle with deceptive ease in the D major Concerto; the oboist Xenia Löffler, who breathes graceful shape into its wistful Largo; and flautists Christoph Huntgeburth and Andrea Theinert, whose sweet and seductive sounds enchant in the B minor Concerto.
|TWV 54: D3 For 3 Trumpets, Timpani, 2 Oboes, Strings And Basso Continuo|
|TWV 53:h1 For 2 Flutes, Calchedon, Strings And Basso Continuo In B Minor (Dresden Version)|
|TWV 44:43 For 3 Oboes, 3 Violins And Basso Continuo In B Flat Major|
|TWV 44:32 For 2 Violins, 2 Violas, Violoncello And Basso Continuo In F Minor|
|TWV 53:F1 For Mandolin, Hammered Dulcimer, Harp, Strings And Basso Continuo In F Major|
|TWV 53:d1 For 2 Oboes, Bass, Strings And Basso Continuo In D Minor|
|TWV 54:D2 For 3 Horns, Violin, Strings And Basso Continuo In D Major|
|24||II. Grave - Adagio - Grave||3:27|
|TWV 43:G5 For 2 Violins, Viola, Violoncello And Basso Continuo G Major|
- Arranged By, Liner Notes – Peter Huth
- Bassoon – Christian Beuse
- Cello – Barbara Kernig, Jan Freiheit
- Composed By – Georg Philipp Telemann
- Cover, Photography By – Uwe Arens
- Directed By [Artistic Director], Edited By – Martin Sauer
- Double Bass – Walter Rumer
- Double Bass, Double Bass [Violone] – Harald Winkler
- Dulcimer [Hammer Dulcimer] – Elisabeth Seitz
- Engineer – Wolfgang Schiefermair
- Flute – Andrea Theinert, Christoph Huntgeburth
- Harp – Margreth Köll
- Harpsichord, Organ – Raphael Alpermann
- Horn – Erwin Wieringa, Gijs Laceulle, Miroslav Rovenský
- Liner Notes – Andreas Schlegel
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Charles Johnston, Elisabeth Rothmund
- Lute [Calichon], Lute – Michael Freimuth
- Oboe – Katharina Andres, Michael Bosch, Xenia Löffler
- Orchestra – Akademie Für Alte Musik Berlin
- Timpani – Francisco Manuel Anguas Rodriguez
- Trumpet – Christian Gruber , Martin Patscheider, Ute Hartwich
- Viola – Anja-Regine Graewel, Clemens Nußbaumer, Sabine Fehlandt
- Violin – Barbara Halfter, Dörte Wetzel, Erik Dorset, Georg Kallweit, Gudrun Engelhardt, Kerstin Erben, Thomas Graewe, Uta Peters
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3 149020 226124
- Label Code: LC 7045